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201 Sue Firsker ( Nov. 10, 2013) (November 10, 2013)

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If you've ever felt you don't know enough about felting, join us for a heartfelt conversation about one of the oldest fibres and fibre arts in the world.  Sue Firsker creates everything from wearable art, to landscapes, to vessels out of this amazing material.  She'll have you feeling like felting, whether or not you've ever felt like it before.

This audio is part of the collection: Art Waves
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Date: 2013-11-10
Keywords: Lorraine Roy; fibre art; Whirling Dervishes; yurts; merino wool; Norman Felix Gallery; Cambridge Galleries; Dundas Studio Tour; Fred Varley; Group of Seven; Tom Thomson; McMichael Gallery; Quetico; Algonquin; Georgia O'Keefe;

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